John & Margaret Foxen; Widders musicians, mandolin player John Foxen and on the side of the image lagophonist Margaret with a foxhead lagerphone, at Stonehenge for Midsummer Solstice. Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England, 21st June 2010,
musicological foot note: Lagerphone
The lagerphone is a musical instrument that originated in Australia. The name comes from the lager or beer bottle tops used to make it. The bottle tops are screwed or nailed to a broom handle or pole and played by bouncing it up and down on the floor. The instrument may have been inspired by an aboriginal traditional instrument which uses shells or European monkey stick a similar instrument.
Location: Stonehenge, Wiltshire, UK
Photographer: Richard Keith Wolff